15 March 2010

SIA Engineering signs $2.2 billion services agreement with Singapore Airlines

SIA Engineering announced the renewal of its comprehensive Services Agreement with Singapore Airlines (SIA). The existing Services Agreement with SIA expires in 2010. The new agreement, commencing 1 April 2010, is firm for three years, with a two-year extension if agreed conditions are met. SIAEC

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MTU Aero Engines officially opens new sales office in Atlanta

MTU Aero Engines officially opened its new sales office in Atlanta, Georgia. MTU’s new branch is headed by Dr. Rainer Fink and forms part of the organization of its wholly-owned affiliate MTU Aero Engines North America (AENA). The office will market the full range of maintenance services offered by the German engine manufacturer under the

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GOL will receive next Boeing airplane with chrome-free paint

Boeing prepared a new GOL Airlines 737-800 for Boeing’s first-ever application of a chrome-free primer to a single-aisle airplane bound for revenue service. As part of Boeing’s life cycle approach to reducing environmental impact, and in response to requests from the Brazilian carrier and other customers, Boeing has introduced a chrome-free primer to complement chrome-free

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Republic Airways names Ian Arthur Vice President of Marketing

Republic Airways Holdings appointed Ian Arthur as Vice President of Marketing and Branding. In addition to heading up the marketing and branding strategies of recently acquired Frontier Airlines and Midwest Airlines, Arthur will oversee all communications strategies, including employee engagement, government affairs, and public relations, throughout the enterprise.

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Elbit Systems receives $298 million contract from the Australian Defence Forces

Elbit Systems was awarded a contract from the Department of Defence of the Commonwealth of Australia in the amount of approximately US$298 million dollars (approximately $331 million Australian dollars) for the supply, integration, installation and support of a Battle Group and Below Command, Control and Communications (BGC3) system for the Australian Army’s Land 75/125 program.

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First S-70i Helicopter fully assembled at Sikorsky facility in Poland

Sikorsky Aircraft and PZL Mielec, its company in Poland, announced the completion of final assembly on the first S-70i BLACK HAWK helicopter, an international variant of the BLACK HAWK helicopter. This new international variant is the first BLACK HAWK helicopter assembled in Europe using a global supply chain.

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Bombardier selects AAR for CSeries aircraft composite flap track fairings

AAR has been selected by Bombardier Aerospace, Belfast to design and manufacture composite flap track fairings for the wings of the new CSeries family of commercial aircraft. The work will be performed by AAR Composites, which develops and fabricates advanced composite structures for a wide range of aviation and aerospace applications. The contract could be

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